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Town of Ossipee 
New Hampshire 




ANNUAL REPORTS 

1985 



UNIV.ERSJIX OF NEW HAMPSKWI 
LIBRARY 



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in 2012 with funding from 

Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 



OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 



TAX RATES 




$16.78 per 


$1000.00 




Unit of Government 




Rate 


Municipal 3.45 


Center Ossipee 


.74 


County 1.04 


West Ossipee 


1.49 


School 12.29 


Ossipee 


1.16 



For the fiscal year ending 

December 31, 1985 

Vital Statistics for 1985 




Christine P. Powers 
1935 - 1986 



DEDICATION 

This year's town report is dedicated to the memory of 
Christine P. Powers whose untimely death on February 4, 
1986 shocked and saddened the entire community. 

Chris' service to the Town of Ossipee began in 1972 
with her appointment to the Budget Committee. She re- 
mained an active member of that committee, and served 
as chairman over the past five (5) years. Under her 
leadership, Chris instilled in all board members a profes- 
sional approach to the preparation of the town budget. 

A highly successful businesswoman, Chris was an in- 
strumental founder of The Greater Ossipee Area Chamber 
of Commerce. Her involvement with many town and 
business organizations and their functions provided a 
basis for the fulfillment of one pervasive goal - of people 
working with people to achieve a greater success. 

As a member of the Ossipee Bicentennial Committee, 
Chris utilized her many talents and abundance of en- 
thusiasm to develop activities which would provide 
residents of the town with a Bicentennial year to 
remember. 

And remember we will, Chris, for all the years of ir- 
replaceable leadership, desire and dedication, boundless 
energy and wit, and of sincere caring for the good of the 
community and its people. 

"She opened her mouth with wisdom: and in her 
tongue is the law of kindness. 

She looketh well to the ways of her household and 
eateth not the bread of idleness." Proverbs 31: 26-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication 2 

Town Officers 5 

Warrant 7 

Budget 12 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 16 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 18 

Financial Report 23 

Schedule of Town Property 30 

Auditors Report on Compliance 33 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 34 

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 37 

Balance Sheet 40 

Tax Collector's Report 42 

Town Clerk's Report 47 

Treasurer's Report 48 

Selectmen's Report 49 

Revenue Sharing Report 59 

Library Report 60 

Trustees of Trust Funds 64 

Selectmen's Yearly Review 68 

Police Department Report 70 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 71 

Ossipee Planning Board 72 

Dog Warden Report 73 

Community Nurse 74 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 75 

Ossipee Water and Sewer Department 77 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 78 

Fire Warden's Report 81 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 82 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 85 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 86 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 88 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 89 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 92 

Vital Statistics 93 



TOWN OFFICERS 1985 

Selectmen 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

MAURICE E. BISHOP 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 
THOMAS A. TRITES 

Treasurer 

THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
BARBARA ADAMS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 
JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 

Water & Sewer Dept. 
ROLAND STOCKBRIDGE, Supt. 

Recreation Dept. 
WALLACE NUDD, JR., Director 

Community Nurse 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 

OF WOLFEBORO AND VICINITY, INC. 

Forest Fire Warden 

S. FRED LOUD 

Dog Warden 
R. ELTON COPP 



Librarian 
RUBY R. PEARSON 

Library Trustees 
CATHERINE D. ZIEGLER RUTH M. LORING 

EILEEN LEAVITT 

Trustee of Trust Funds 
LORETTA R. LYMAN CHARLES PINKHAM 

DIANE BROTHERS 

Board of Health 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Supervisors of the Checklist 

FRANCES PINKHAM PRISCILLA NUDD 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 

Representatives to the General Court 
GERARD POWERS, JR. HOWARD SAUNDERS 

Budget Committee 
CHRISTINE POWERS, Chair 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Clerk BARRY ROLLINS 

ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. KEITH BROWNELL 

RALPH DUBE WILLIAM WATSON 

DOUGLAS MEADER GERARD BERGERON 

RALPH ELDRIDGE 



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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, being the 11th day of March, 1986, 
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day to act on the 
following articles, the polls to remain open until six o'clock 
in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a Selectman for three years, 
Treasurer for one year, Town Clerk/Tax Collector for two 
years, Moderator for two years, Supervisor of Checklist 
for six years, Library Trustee for three years, Trustee of 
Trust Funds for three years, Budget committee, two posi- 
tions, for three years, Budget committee, two positions, 
for two years, Budget Committee, two positions, for one 
year, and all other officers and agents required by law to 
be elected or nominated at the annual meeting. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles: 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to transfer tax liens and convey property ac- 
quired by the Town by Tax Collector's deed by public auc- 
tion (or advertised sealed bid) or in such other manner as 
determined by the Selectmen as justice may require. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to adopt written 
welfare guidelines as proposed by the Board of Selectmen. 
Chapter 380 of the Laws of 1985 requires the Town to adopt 
written welfare guidelines prior to April 1, 1986. 



Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate for the ensuing year the following sums of money 
for the following purposes : 

For Town Officer's Salaries $ 35,650.00 

For Town Officer's Expenses 87,274.00 

For Election and Registration Expenses 2,895.00 

For General Government Buildings 41 ,970.00 

For Planning and Zoning 5,000.00 

For Legal Expenses 13,665.00 

For Advertising and Regional Association 424.00 

For Police Department 58,762.00 

For Fire Department 4,672.00 

For Town Maintenance 242,869.00 
For General Highway Department Expenses 33,000.00 

For Street Lighting 2,100.00 

For Highway Block Grant 61 ,481 .00 

For Solid Waste Disposal 48,755.00 

For Health Department 26,695.00 

For Hospitals and Ambulances 36,828.00 

For Hazardous Buildings 10,000.00 

For General Assistance 20,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 18,239.00 

For Libraries 20,000.00 

For Parks and Recreation 23,624.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

For Conservation Commission 100.00 
For Principal of Long-Term Bonds and Notes 56,850.00 
For Interest Expense of Long-Term 

Bonds and Notes 60,922.00 
For Interest Expense of Tax 

Anticipation Notes 22,000.00 

For Municipal Water Department 30,115.00 

For Municipal Sewer Department 33,965.00 
For FICA, Retirement and 

Pension Contributions 27,000.00 

For Insurance 78,700.00 

For Unemployment Compensation 1,000.00 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) 



Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $6,000.00 to be put in a Capital 
Reserve fund toward the purchase of a Police Cruser. 
(Recommended by the budget Committee) 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $60,000.00 for the purchase of a 
Highway Dump Truck and authorize the withdrawal of 
$56,956.00 from the Revenue Sharing Fund established 
under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972. (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $15,000.00 to be used for the develop- 
ment and usage of the 125 acre recreational site off Route 
25. (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $30,000.00 for the purpose of addi- 
tional expenses of the incinerator project. (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $95,000.00 to be put into a Capital 
Reserve Fund for the expansion/renovation of Town 
Facility. (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $3,000.00 for the study/design of the 
Town Building. (Recommended by the Budget Commit- 
tee) 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $2,000.00 for support of the Communi- 
ty Action Outreach Program. (Not Recommended by the 
Budget Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 



Federal or State aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to oppose the 
burial, storage, transportation and production of high level 
radioactive waste in the Town of Ossipee and State of New 
Hampshire; and to call upon Congress to conduct an in- 
dependent investigation with full public participation into 
the feasibility and prudence of the US Department of 
Energy's (DOE's) present plan to dispose of radioactive 
waste and into the DOE's competence to carry out such 
plan. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 15. To see if the Town will authorize the Select- 
men to negotiate and execute a lease agreement with the 
State of New Hampshire, Department of Resources and 
Economic Development, Division of Parks, for a Town 
Beach on 22 acres of State Land, which is part of Ossipee 
Lake State Park. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 16. To reclassify the Class 6 Town road which is 
the westerly extension of the Conner Pond Road for ap- 
proximately one mile to the Ossipee Town line to a Class 5 
road. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 17. To see if the Town of Ossipee will vote to 
reclassify Bean Mountain Road (presently an existing 
Class 6 Town road) to a Class 5 road, for a distance of eight 
hundred feet (800'), starting at the bridge on Conner Pond 
Road. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 18. To see if the Town of Ossipee, New Hamp- 
shire will vote to accept the roads of Blueberry Estates, 
and to provide maintenance and upkeep for these roads 
thereon. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to abandon Sec- 
ton #92, Old Hodgdon Shore Road entrance from Old Route 
16 to end. 



10 



Article 20. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 21st day of 
February, 1986. 

SELECTMEN OF OSSIPEE 

Ralph C. Eldridge 

Wendell S. Thompson 

Maurice E. Bishop 

A TRUE COPY, ATTEST 
Ralph C. Eldridge 
Wendell S. Thompson 
Maurice E. Bishop 



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ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE OPERATING PLANT 



Name of Company 

Public Service Company 
N.H. Electric Coop Inc. 



Electric 

$1,210,200 
716,300 

$1,926,500 



ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE NON-OPERATING PLANT 

Name of Company Land Building Total 

N.H. Electric Coop Inc. $26,100 $24,400 $50,500 

Number of Individuals Applying for an Elderly Exemption 1985 - 43 at 

5,000 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1985 - 43 at 5,000 



Section A 
Applicants 
Granted In 
Prior Years 



Section B 
New Applicants 
Granted For 
1985 



Totals of 
Sections A & B 



No. of 
Owners 



No. of 
Acres 



No. of 
Owners 



No. of 
Acres 



No. of 
Owners 



Acres 



FARMLAND 4 311.00 3 58.5 7 

FOREST LAND 49 8299.20 12 1880.52 61 

WILD LAND 

1) Unproductive 12 725.19 3 107.75 15 

2) Productive 16 1220.15 6 92.39 22 

3) Natural Preserve 1 50.0 1 
RECREATION LAND 1 31.5 1 
Wetland 12 679.80 2 43.00 14 
Total Number of Individual Property Owners in Current Use 
Total Number of Acres Taken Out of Current Use During Year 
Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use 



369.50 
10179.72 

832.94 

1312.54 

50.0 

31.5 

722.80 

119 



13,499.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. (RSA 41:15) 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

MAURICE E. BISHOP 

Selectmen of Ossipee 
October 2, 1985 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1985 

Purposes of Appropriations 

General Government: 

Town officers' expenses $95,563.00 

Election and Registration expenses 1515.00 

General Goverment Buildings 31 ,860.00 

Planning and Zoning 4,500.00 

Legal Expenses 10,000.00 
Advertising and Regional Association 405.00 

Public Safety: 

Police Department 66,000.00 

Fire Department 4,300.00 

Highways, Street, Bridges 

Town Maintenance 236,129.00 
General Highway Department 

Expenses 35,600.00 

Street Lighting 2,100.00 

Highway Block Grant 64,752.00 

Sanitation: 

Solid Waste Disposal 55,000.00 

Health: 

Health Department 29,880.00 

Hospitals and Ambulances 32,172.00 

Art. 10 Hazardous Bldgs. 10,000.00 

Welfare: 

General Assistance 8,000.00 

Old Age Assistance 9,800.00 

Culture and Recreation: 

Library 20,000.00 

Parks and Recreation 20,500.00 

Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

Conservation Commission 100.00 



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Article 8 Bicentennial 

(Rev. Sh. $5,300) 10,000.00 

Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 86,425.00 

Interest Expense - Long Term 

Bonds & Notes 89,131.00 

Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation 

Notes 20,000.00 

Capital Outlay: 

Art. 7 Town History 

(Rev. Sh.) 10,000.00 

Art. 9 Police Cruiser 

(Rev.Sh.) 11,000.00 

Art. 10 Loader 

(Rev. Sh.) 63,000.00 

Art. 11 Downtown Feasibility 

Grant 15,000.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Municipal Water Department 28,827.00 

Municipal Sewer Department 37,500.00 
FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Constributions 27,000.00 

Insurance 64,450.00 

Unemployment Compensation 1,800.00 

Art. 12 CAP (Comm. Action) 2,000.00 

Art. 13 Domestic Violence 500.00 



Total Appropriations $1,205,509.00 

ASSESSOR/SELECTMEN 
OVERLAY 

Enter in the space provided the amount you estimate will 
be needed to take care of discounts, abatements or refunds 
already paid or expected to be paid before the close of the 
year. $45,000.00 



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SOURCES OF REVENUE 



Taxes: 




Resident Taxes 


$17,010.00 


Yield Taxes 


23,000.00 


Interest and Penalties on Taxes 


34,000.00 


Boat Tax 


7,540.00 


Intergovernmental Revenues : 




Shared Revenue Block Grant 


31,640.00 


Highway Block Grant 


64,752.00 


Railroad Tax 


27.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land Val.46,170 


774.00 


Reimb. a/c State Recreation 




Project 


135.00 


State Sewer Project 


79,988.00 


Downtown Feasibility Grant 


15,000.00 



Licenses and Permits: 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 130,000.00 

Dog Licenses 625.00 

Business Licenses, Permits and 
Filing Fees 350.00 

Charges for Services: 

Income From Departments 18,000.00 

Rent of Town Property 40.00 

Miscellaneous Revenues: 

Interest on Deposits 30,000.00 

Sale of Town Property 62,000.00 

N.H. Workers Comp. 9,875.00 

Unemloyment Insurance 2,291.00 
Sonata Housing - P.T. Not based 

on val. 2,000.00 

Other Financing Sources: 

Income from Water and Sewer 
Departments 66,327.00 



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Revenue Sharing Fund 89,300.00 

Fund Balance 158,000.00 



Total Revenues and Credits $842,674.00 
TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

Total Town Appropriations $1 ,205,509.00 

Total Revenues and Credits 842,674.00 

Net Town Appropriations 362,835.00 

Net School Tax Assessment(s) 1,496,738.00 

County Tax Assessment 126,313.00 

Total of Town, School and County 1,985,886.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax 

Reimbursement 59,480.00 

ADD War Service Credits 15,358.00 

ADD Overlay 44,608.00 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 1 ,986,372.00 

PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

$118,377,385 X 16.78 = $1,986,372.00 

TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised $1,986,372.00 

Gross Precinct and/or Service Areas Taxes 125,520.00 



Total 


$2,111,892.00 


Less War Service Credits 


15,358.00 


Total Tax Commitment 


$2,096,534.00 


TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 




Prior Year 


1985 


Tax Rate 
1984 


Approved 
Tax Rate 


TAX RATES 




Town 3.36 


3.45 


County 1.16 


1.04 


School Dist. 10.85 


12.29 


Municipal Tax Rate 15.37 


16.78 


Precinct-Center Ossipee Fire .76 


.74 



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Precinct-West Ossipee Fire 
Precinct - Ossipee Corner 
Light & Fire 



1.52 
.92 



1.49 



1.16 



Name of Precinct 


Valuation 


Net Appro. 


Taxes 


Rate 


Center OssipeeFire 


$50,888,567.00 


$37,658.00 


$37,658.00 


$0.74 


West Ossipee Fire 










Prec. 


29,014,941.00 


432.27 


432.32 


1.49 


Ossipee Corner Light & 










Power Prec. 


38,473,877.00 


44,603 


44,630 


1.16 


Total Taxes Raised 






$125,520.00 





WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees owning 

specially adapted homesteads with V.A. 

assistance. 

Totally and permanently disabled 

veterans, their spouses or widows, and 

the widows of veterans who died or were 

killed on active duty. 

All other qualified persons 

TOTAL NO. AND AMT. 



RESIDENT TAXES 







Estimated 


Limits 


Number 


Tax Credits 


Unlimited 




EXEMPT 


$700 
25 
50 


1 

5 

5 

230 


$ 233.00 

3,500.00 

125.00 

11,500.00 

$15,358.00 


TAX 


Number 
Assessed 


Total Amt. 
Assessed 


$10 


1701 


$17,010.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15 



October 2, 1985 



RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
MAURICE E. BISHOP 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1985 

ASSETS 
Cash: 

All funds in custody of treasurer $807,717.00 

In hands of officials 6,062.00 



TOTAL CASH 


$813,779.00 


Capital Reserve Funds: 




Incinerator 


274,034.00 


Town of Ossipee Rehabilitation 




& Housing Program 




B-84-DC-33-001 


49,285.00 


TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 


$323,319.00 


Accounts Due to the Town: 




Revenue Sharing 


8,301.00 


Downtown Feasibility Grant 


15,000.00 


Due from Revenue Sharing Fund 


27,500.00 



TOTAL ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE TOWN $50,801 .00 

Unredemmed Taxes: 

Levy of 1984 78,367.00 

Levy of 1983 69,362.00 

Levy of 1982 4,760.00 



TOTAL UNREDEEMED TAXES 


$152,489.00 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1985 


320,087.00 


Levy of 1984 


3,446.00 


Levy of 1983 


2,679.00 


Previous Years 


6,576.00 



TOTAL UNCOLLECTED TAXES $332,788.00 



TOTAL ASSETS $1,673,176.00 



GRAND TOTAL $1,673,176.00 

Fund Balance-December 31, 1984 207,657.00 



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Fund Balance-December 31 , 1985 361 ,947.00 

Change in Financial Condition 154,290.00 

LIABILITIES 
Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Bills Outstanding $ 673.00 

Unexpended Balances of 

Special Appropriations 107,295.00 

Unexpended Revenue Sharing 

Funds 34,826.00 

Due to General Fund From 

Federal Revenue Sharing 27,500.00 

Yield Tax Deposits 4,577.00 

School District(s)Tax(es)Payable 806,977.00 
Other Liabilities 6,062.00 



TOTAL ACCOUNTS OWED BY 

THE TOWN $987,910.00 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

Incinerator 274,034.00 

Town of Ossipee Rehabilitiation 

& Housing Program 

B-84-DC-33-001 49,285.00 



TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS $323,319.00 

Total Liabilities 987,910.00 

Fund Balance-Current Surplus 361,947.00 



GRAND TOTAL $1,673,176.00 

RECEIPTS 
From Local Taxes: 

Property Taxes — Current 

Year — 1985 $1,775,345.00 

Property Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 361,147.00 

Resident Taxes — Current 

Year — 1985 12,680.00 

Resident Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 2,400.00 



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Yield Taxes — Current 



Year— 1985 


16,643.00 


Property Taxes and Yield 




Taxes — Previous Years 


7,420.00 


Resident Taxes — Previous 




Years 


1,480.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


39,364.00 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


197.00 


Tax sales redeemed 


164,436.00 


TOTAL TAXES COLLECTED 




AND REMITTED 


$2,381,112.00 


Intergovernmental Revenues - State: 




Shared Revenue 


$31,640.00 


Highway Block Grant 


64,752.00 


Railroad Tax 


27.00 


Reimb. A/C State-Federal 




Forest Land 


796.00 


Reimb. A/C State Recreation 




Project 


132.00 


Reimb. A/C Business Profits 




Tax 


59,480.00 


Sewer Project 


79,988.00 



TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL 




REVENUES 


$236,815.00 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$145,454.00 


Dog Licenses 


654.00 


Business Licenses, Permits 




and Filing Fees 


320.00 


Boat Taxes 


7,576.00 


TOTAL LICENSES AND PERMITS 


$154,004.00 


Charges for Services: 




Income from Departments 


$13,183.00 


Rent of Town Property 


40.00 



TOTAL CHARGE FOR SERVICES $13,223.00 



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Miscellaneous Revenues: 

Interest on Deposits $ 39,072.00 

Sale of Town Property 218,826.00 

N.H. Workers Comp. 11,139.00 

Unemployment Insurance 2,860.00 

Sonata Housing 2,000.00 



TOTAL MISCELLAENOUS REVENUES $273,897.00 

Other Financing Sources: 

Income from Water, Sewer 

and Electric Departments $59,392.00 
Revenue Sharing Entitlement 

Funds $39,354.00 



TOTAL OTHER FINANCING 

SOURCES $102,227.00 

Non-Revenue Receipts: 

Proceeds of Tax 

Anticipation Notes $500,000.00 

Yield Tax Security Deposits 7,188.00 



TOTAL NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS $ 507,188.00 



TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM 

ALL SOURCES $3,668,466.00 

Cash on Hand January 1 , 1985 442,027.00 



GRAND TOTAL $4,110,493.00 

PAYMENTS 
General Government: 

Town officers' expenses $108,583.00 
Election and Registration expenses 1,458.00 

General Government Buildings 25,751.00 

Planning and Zoning 4,467.00 

Legal Expenses 9,155.00 
Advertising and Regional 

Association 405.00 



TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL 

EXPENSES $149,819.00 



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Public Safety: 

Police Department $54,432.00 

Fire Department 1,416.00 

Other Public Safety Expenses 

(Domestic Violence) 500.00 



TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY EXPENSES $56,348.00 

Highway, Streets, Bridges: 

Town Maintenance $219,374.00 

General Highway Department 

Expenses 25,316.00 

Street Lighting 1,978.00 

Highway Block Grant 28,524.00 



TOTAL HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES 




EXPENSES 


$275,192.00 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


$14,692.00 


TOTAL SANITATION EXPENSES 


$14,692.00 


Health: 




Health Department 


$29,880.00 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


32,172.00 


Other Health Expenses 




(Hazardous Buildings) 


8,035.00 


TOTAL HEALTH EXPENSES 


$70,087.00 


Welfare: 




General Assistance 


$15,580.00 


Old Age Assistance 


4,737.00 


Other Welfare Expenses - 




Community Action Program 


2,000.00 


TOTAL WELFARE EXPENSES 


$23,317.00 


Culture and Recreation: 




Library 


$20,000.00 


Parks and Recreation 


20,579.00 


Patriotic Purposes 


724.00 


Conservation Commission 


95.00 



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Other Culture and Recreation 

Expenses - Bicentennial 10,000.00 



TOTAL CULTURE AND 

RECREATIONAL EXPENSES $51,398.00 

Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term Bonds 

& Notes $84,450.00 

Interest Expense — Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 72,555.00 

Interest Expense — Tax 

Anticipation Notes 21,679.00 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS 


$178,684.00 


Capital Outlay: 




Town History 


$ 482.00 


Police Cruiser 


18.00 


Loader 


39,535.00 


TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 


$40,035.00 



Operating Transfers Out: 

Payments to Capital Reserve Funds: 

Incinerator - General Fund $22,040.00 

Incinerator - Special 

Revenue Fund 38,600.00 



TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT $60,640.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Municipal Water Department $29,732.00 

Municipal Sewer Department 29,660.00 

FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Contributions 21 ,887.00 

Insurance 56,162.00 

Unemployment Compensation 807.00 



TOTAL MISCELLAENOUS EXPENSES $138,248.00 

Unclassified: 

Payment on Tax Anticipation 

Notes $5000,000.00 

Taxes bought by town 107,431.00 



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Refund and Payment from 

Yield Tax Escrow Fund 8,822.00 

Other Unclassified Expenses 

(Overlay) 7,993.00 



TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED EXPENSES $624,246.00 

Payments to Other Governmental 
Divisions 

Taxes paid to County $ 126,313.00 

Payments to Precincts 125,288.00 

Payments to School Districts 1,363,407.00 



TOTAL PAYMENTS TO OTHER 

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS $1,615,008.00 

TOTAL PAYMENTS FOR 

ALL PURPOSES 3,296,714.00 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1985 813,779.00 



GRAND TOTAL $4,110,493.00 

BONDS AND LONG TERM NOTES 

AUTHORIZED-UNISSUED: 

As of December 31, 1985 

Incinerator Bonds (1983) $213,400.00 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1985 
Long-Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $4,350.00 

Town Hall Addition 4,000.00 



TOTAL LONG-TERM NOTES 

OUTSTANDING $8,350.00 

Bonds Outstanding: 

Sewer Project-State $410,000.00 

Sewer Project-Town 208,500.00 



TOTAL BONDS OUTSTANDING $618,500.00 



TOTAL LONG-TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

- DECEMBER 31, 1985 $626,850.00 



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RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG-TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long-Term Debt 

January 1,1985 $711,300.00 



Total $711,300.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long-Term Notes Paid $54,450.00 

Bonds Paid 30,000.00 



Total $84,450.00 



OUTSTANDING LONG-TERM DEBT 

- DECEMBER 31, 1985 $626,850.00 

SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1985 

Description Value 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $ 61,800.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1,000.00 

Police Department, Lands and Buildings 

Equipment 20,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 325,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 

Water Supply Facilities/ 

Sewer Plant & Facilities 1,089,475.00 

All Lands and Buildings acquired 

through Tax Collector's deeds 

Computer 35,000.00 

Summer Brook Property 97,000.00 

All Other Property and Equipment 

Land 162,500.00 



TOTAL $1,872,775.00 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

Year Ended December 31, 1985 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES 

ASSETS 

Cash in Hands of Treasurer 

General Fund $748,915.00 

Payroll Account 200.00 

Federal Revenue Sharing 54,025.00 

Timber Tax Account 4,577.00 



$807,717 



Cash in Hands of Officials 

Public Librarian $6,062.00 

LIABILITIES 

Unexpended Balances of Special 
Appropriations 

Downtown Feasibility Grant $ 15,000.00 

Veterans-Plaque 1,209.00 

Police Cruiser 10,982.00 

Town History 16,518.00 

Solid Waste Disposal 27,358.00 

Highway Block Grant 36,228.00 



$107,295.00 



Other Liabilities 

Unexpended Balances of Special 

Revenue Funds 

Public Library $6,062.00 

PAYMENTS 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1985 

General Fund $748,915.00 

Payroll Account 200.00 

Federal Revenue Sharing 54,025.00 



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Timber Tax Account 4,577.00 

Public Librarian 6,062.00 



$813,779.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 
Date: February 17, 1986 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

MAURICE E. BISHOP 

Selectmen 



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AUDITORS REPORT ON COMPLIANCE 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 

We have examined the financial statements of the 
various funds and account groups of the Town of Ossipee, 
New Hampshire for the year ended December 31, 1985 and 
have issued our report thereon dated February 10, 1986. 
Our examination was made in accordance with generally 
accepted government auditing standards and accordingly, 
included such tests of the accounting records as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In connection with our examination, we also (1) 
performed tests of compliance with the Revenue Sharing 
Act and Regulations, as detailed in the Commentary on the 
Audit Requirements of the 1980 Amendments to the State 
and Local Fiscal Assistance Act as well as the 1983 
Amendments issued by the Office of Revenue Sharing, 
U.S. Department of the Treasury, and (2) compared the 
data on Bureau of Census Form RS-9C with the audited 
records of the Town of Ossipee as required. 

Based on these procedures, we noted no areas of 
non-compliance regarding failure to publish 100% of the 
required public notices or insufficient public participation 
in the budget process. There were no material differences 
between the data on Bureau of Census Form RS-9C and the 
audited records of the Town of Ossipee. 

DENNETT & DENNETT 
Certified Public Accountants 

Wilson P. Dennett, CPA 
February 10, 1986 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNT 

PERIOD ENDED APRIL 17, 1985 



-Dr.- 






Motor Vehicle Permits Issued 


$34,783.00 




Dog Licenses Lissued 






Town Share 


$82 




State Share 


40 


122.00 


Sewer Permit Fees 




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All Other Fees 




39.00 


Total Licenses and Fees Issued 




$34,944.00 


-Cr.- 






Remittances To Treasurer 




$34,944.00 


Total Remittances 




$34,944.00 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
4-17-85 - 12-31-85 

2409 

146 

1 

1 

Total Receipts to Treasurer $111,213.00 



Motor Vehicle Permits 


$110,671.00 


Dog Licenses Issued 


532.00 


Bad Check Penalty 


5.00 


Pole Filing Fee 


5.00 



47 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
RECONCILIATION OF CASH BOOK 

AND BANK BALANCE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED DEC, 31, 1985 

Balance on Hand: 

Beginning of Fiscal Year $ 439,274.48 

Receipts during Fiscal Year 6,295,204.15 

$6,734,478.63 
Payments during Fiscal Year 5,926,761 .41 

Balance on Hand, End of Fiscal Year $807,717.22 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Bank East, 

Rochester, N.H. $ 71,442.35 

Add Deposits in Transit 174,421.41 

$245,863.76 
Less Outstanding Checks 58,496.23 

Check Book Balance $187,367.53 

Add: Other Balances in Treasurer's Custody 

Indian Head Bank North, 

Super Now Account $ 16,547.09 

Indian Head Bank North, 

Timber Tax Account 4,577.42 

Indian Head Bank North, 

Payroll Account 200.00 

North Conway Bank, 

Revenue Sharing Account 54,025.18 

Bank East Savings Bank, CD. Note s 545,000.00 

Reconciled Balance $807,717.22 

Respectfully Submitted 
THOMAS L. GALANTE 
Treasurer 



48 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES AND EXPENSES 



Selectmen 


$7,250.00 


Treasurer 


1,925.00 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 


12,141.82 


Tax Collector Fees 


6,166.10 


Town Clerk Fees 


4,228.00 


Full-time wages 


24,627.97 


Part-time help & expenses 


2,331.82 


Contract Expense 


345.57 


Telephone 


3,261.10 


Postage 


4,119.70 


Office Supplies 


6,348.02 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 




Mileage 


189.20 


Tax-Contract Labor 


636.00 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 




(expense) 


543.10 


Town Officers; Expense 




(mileage & expenses) 


672.44 


Equipment Maintenance (contracts) 


10,191.04 


N.H.M. Assoc. Dues 


1,871.12 


Audit 


8,194.30 


Town Reports 


3,007.48 


Recording 


1,606.70 


Adv. & Newspaper Notices 


508.69 


Seminar & School Expenses 


325.00 


New Equipment 


1,520.11 


Assessor 


4,072.96 


Tax Map 


2,500.00 




$108,583.24 



Revenues to Town Office $652.75 

ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 
Supervisors $690.00 

Ballot Clerks, etc. 425.00 

Meals 150.00 



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Checklist 61.30 

Advertising 131.20 



$1,457.50 
Revenues to Election & Registration $50.00 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 



Town Hall Fuel 


$4,486.39 


Garage Fuel 


6,272.02 


Other Buildings Fuel 


120.25 


Town Hall-Electric 


1,924.78 


Garage-Electric 


901.26 


Other Buildings-Electric 


1,307.18 


Cleaning 


2,080.00 


Supplies 


225.78 


Furniture 


335.75 


Building Maintenance 


7,267.94 


Water Rent 


410.00 


Sewer Rent 


420.00 




$25,751.35 


PLANNING & ZONING 


Secretary 


$374.00 


Postage 


250.39 


Supplies 


459.49 


Printing 


13.50 


Recording 


270.00 


Workshops 


120.00 


Planning & Inspection 


150.00 


Legal Advertising 


175.66 


Lakes Region Planning 


2,654.00 



$4,467.04 

Revenues to Planning Board $1,096.00 

DAMAGES & LEGAL 
Dog Warden $2,115.00 



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Dog Warden-Mileage 301.20 

Supplies 121.16 

Legal 6,617.75 



$9,155.11 



ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 
Lakes Region Association $305.00 

Chamber of Commerce 100.00 



$405.00 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Chief Salary 


$17,655.04 


Patrolmen 


5,824.00 


Specials Salary 


20,438.00 


Holiday Pay 


669.34 


Uniforms 


384.56 


Uniform Maintenance 


375.00 


Training 


218.90 


Maint. Cruiser 1 84 Chev. 


790.85 


Maint. Cruiser 2 81 Ford 


210.45 


General Maintenance 


214.00 


Radio Maintenance 


55.00 


Replacement of Equipment 


538.00 


Gasoline 


5,531.81 


Telephone 


871.28 


Office Supplies 


106.09 


Conference & Dues 


550.00 




$54,432.32 


FIRE 




Warden 


$250.00 


Fires 


837.38 


Training 


157.24 


Maintenance 


171.08 



$1,415.70 
Revenues to Forest Fires $256.36 

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HIGHWAY 


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Road Agent 






$21,062.06 


Full Time Wages 






92,680.26 


Overtime 






8,845.61 


Part-Time Wages 






1,056.95 


Mileage 






805.84 


Uniforms 






2,000.08 


Sand & Gravel 






18,451.24 


Gasoline 






17,248.85 


Waste Oil 






16,449.56 


Salt 






9,080.82 


Tar 






22,143.51 


Grease & Oil 






1,537.25 


Culvert 






2,785.97 


Contract Plowing 






540.00 


Contract Equipment 




1,086.50 


Telephone 






409.35 


Equipment Purchases 




1,000.00 


Radio Contract & 1 


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2,190.00 




$219,373.85 


Revenues to Highways 




$9,420.94 


General Expenses 


Highway 


$25,315.73 




STREET LIGHTING 


Street Lighting 






$1,978.01 



HIGHWAY BLOCK GRANT 
Highway Block Grant $28,523.97 

Revenues to Highway Block Grant $57,724.69 



SOLID WASTE 
Full-time $7,689.36 

Part-time 1,603.00 



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Spring Clean-up 386.75 

Equipment & Maintenance 5,013.07 



$14,692.18 

Revenues to Solid Waste $52.75 

HEALTH 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens $8,000.00 

Wolfeboro Nursing Service 17,100.00 

C.C. Mental Health 2,780.00 

Center of Hope 2,000.00 



$29,880.00 



HOSPTIAL & AMBULANCE 
Lord's Ambulance Service $18,972.00 

Rescue Squad 12,000.00 

Huggins Hospital 1,000.00 

Memorial Hospital 200.00 



$32,172.00 

Revenues to Ambulance Service $4,373.16 

SPECIAL ARTICLE 
Hazardous Buildings $8,035.20 



$8,035.20 

Revenues to Hazardous Buildings $1,903.84 

WELFARE 
General Assistance $15,579.66 



$15,579.66 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Old Age Assistance $4,736.80 

$4,736.80 
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LIBRARY 



Library 

Full Time Wages 

Part Time Wages 



$11,177.54 

8,319.96 

502.50 



RECREATION 




Director 


$12,282.92 


Part Time Assistant 


2,333.36 


Lifeguard/Instructor 


930.00 


Telephone 


538.57 


Chemical Toilets 


765.00 


Mileage 


1,022.00 


Equipment 


1,137.29 


Maintenance 


994.32 


Supplies 


394.81 


Annual Fees 


181.00 



Revenues to Recreation 

Patriotic Purposes 

Revenues to Patriotic Purposes 

Conservation Commission 



SPECIAL ARTICLE 



Bicentennial 



$10,000.00 



$20,000.00 



$20,579.27 

$1,500.00 

$723.81 
$118.80 

$95.00 



$10,000.00 



LONG TERM NOTES 
Town Hall #992 $1,450.00 

Town Hall #1172 1,000.00 

Tax Map Revaluation 30,000.00 

Sewer-State Bond 35,000.00 

Sewer Bond (FHA) 17,000.00 



$84,450.00 



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LONG TERM INTEREST 
Int. Town Hall #992 $551.00 

Int. Town Hall Add't #1172 476.82 

Int. Tax Map-Revaluation 2,700.00 

Int. Sewer-State Bond 46,702.50 

Int. Sewer Bond (FHA) 22,125.00 



$72,555.32 

Revenues to Principal & Interest - 
Long Term Notes $79,988.00 

Interest on Temporary Loans $21,679.17 

Revenues to Temporary Loans $39,072.00 

Social Security & Retirement $21,887.01 

INSURANCE 

Blue Cross/Blue Shield $25,675.22 

Insurance 15,377.38 

Workers Comp. 15,109.00 



$56,161.60 

Revenues to Insurance $11,613.62 

Unemployment Compensation $806.76 

Revenues to Unemployment Compensation $2,860.00 

SPECIAL ARTICLES 

CAP $2,000.00 

Domestic Violence $500.00 

Town History (Revenue Sharing) $482.16 

Cruiser (Revenue Sharing) $18.00 

Loader (Revenue Sharing) $39,535.20 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Governor Wentworth Regional $1 ,363,406.61 



55 



STATE & COUNTY TAX 
Treasurer, Carroll County $126,313.00 

PRECINCTS 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct $37,658.00 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power 44,603.00 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 43,027.00 





$125,288.00 


WATER DEPARTMENT 


Full-time wages 


$8,942.17 


Part-time wages 


3,794.53 


FICA 


1,034.98 


Unemployment Insurance 


42.00 


Workmen's Compensation 


544.00 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


954.40 


Uniforms 


156.00 


Overtime 


0.00 


Gas Mileage 


897.76 


Office Postage 


44.70 


Stationery & Printing 


368.10 


Insurance (Vehicle) 


405.00 


Insurance (Building) 


235.00 


Building Maintenance 


118.41 


Equipment Maintenance 


10.00 


Equipment Purchased 


395.57 


System Maintenance 


4,022.34 


Water Sampling Tests 


407.50 


Purification (cl2) 


464.72 


School and Dues 


10.00 


Electrical 


631.01 


Phone 


189.83 


Fuel 


364.69 


Electric 


61.19 


Reservoir Dam (Repair) 


1,225.54 


Line Replacement 


4,413.02 


Unclassifed Items (Reemb.) 


825.50 



$30,556.96 



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SEWER DEPARTMENT 



Full-time wages 


$8,604.74 


Part-time wages 


4,081.52 


FICA 


528.42 


Unemployment Insurance 


42.00 


Workmen's Compensation 


439.00 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


954.38 


Uniforms 


151.00 


Gas Mileage 


838.70 


Office Postage 


102.52 


Stationery & Printing 


321.77 


Insurance (Vehicle) 


826.00 


Insurance (Buildings) 


381.00 


Building Maintenance 


158.32 


Equipment Maintenance 


797.52 


Equipment Purchased 


291.88 


System Maintenance 


592.72 


Gasoline 


311.21 


School and Dues 


15.00 


Test Wells (Leachfields) Tests 


3,690.00 


Electric 


1,037.09 


Fuel 


163.88 


Alarm 


340.27 


Electric 


3,548.33 


Alarm (Beech River Pump Station) 


253.89 


Fuel (Beech River Pump Station) 


512.30 


Phone 


240.50 


Fuel 


258.40 


Electric 


52.40 


Line Replacement 


125.42 


Unclassified Items (Reemburs.) 


4,840.03 




$34,500.21 



57 



SALARY & WAGES PAID IN 1985 



Irving Abbott 


$7,635.18 


Ronald Merry 


456.00 


Barbara Adams 


12,036.10 


Richard Morgan 


26.80 


Greg Amarel 


58.63 


Christopher Nason 


1,125.64 


Maurice Bishop 


1,928.80 


Todd Nason 


1,149.09 


Wayne Black 


6,922.24 


Priscille Nudd 


230.00 


Keith Brownell 


13,196.58 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. 


12,282.92 


Laurence Brownell 


230.00 


Charles O'Sullivan 


13,041.92 


Michael Brownell 


680.00 


Margaret O'Sullivan 


4,950.40 


Robert Camire 


7,689.36 


Dorothy Palmer 


14,076.57 


Edward Cook 


30.00 


Elaine Palmer 


467.88 


Barbara Copp 


30.00 


Richard Paulson 


30.00 


Elton Copp 


1,530.00 


Ruby Pearson 


8,319.96 


Dana Cullen 


127.30 


Francis Pinkham 


230.00 


Lewis Dore 


1,603.00 


Ruth Poynton 


2,307.76 


Martha Eldridge 


5,616.00 


Daniel B. Riley 


13,188.28 


Ralph Eldridge 


2,480.00 


Daniel Riley, Jr. 


262.99 


John Fogarty III 


18,266.14 


John R. Sanders 


5,111.52 


Martha French 


6,126.50 


Shirley Savage 


30.00 


Thomas Galante 


1,925.00 


Roland Stockbridge 


17,546.91 


Donald Grow 


4,450.00 


Wendell Thompson 


2,430.00 


Natalie Hall 


30.00 


Geraldine A. Trites 


1,388.86 


RachelleHamel 


1,258.79 


Thomas Trites 


40.00 


Bonita Hickey 


30.00 


Ervin S.White 


4,196.50 


Barbara Hogan 


303.40 


Harold E.White 


14,329.79 


Robert Jones 


3,264.00 


Rodney A. White, Sr. 


21,062.06 


Judith Kimble 


3,758.68 


Rusty White 


639.86 


Mary Kirkwood 


60.80 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


13,010.44 


Carmen Knapp 


30.00 


Lloyd A. Wilkins 


13,957.26 


Emile LeGendre 


6,120.00 


Bruce E. Williams 


13,166.42 


Robert MacArthur 


640.00 


Warren Witherell 


501.20 


Nancy McQuade 


502.50 







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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

Special Revenue Funds - Federal Revenue Sharing Fund 

Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures 

and Changes in Fund Balance 

For The Year Ended December 31, 1985 



Revenues 




Intergovernmental 


$39,354.00 


Interest 


3,481.00 


Total Revenues 


$42,835.00 


Expenditures 




Other Financing (Uses) 




Operating Transfers (out) 




General Fund 




Loader 


$39,500.00 


Bicentennial 


5,300.00 


History of Ossipee 


17,000.00 


Police Cruiser 


11,000.00 


Advertising 


35.00 


Total Expenditures & 




Other Financing (Uses) 


$72,835.00 


Deficiency of Revenues 




Over Expenditures 




And Other Financing Uses 


(30,000.00) 


Fund Balance - Beginning of Year 


64,826.00 


Fund Balance - End of Year 


$34,826.00 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

1985 

For 1985, emphasis at Ossipee Public Library has been 
on the improvement of library services for library users. 
Cataloging the older books already in the library and 
processing new additions is progressing rapidly because of 
our volunteer typists, Isabella Clark and Lois VanCor. 
Also, a new card catalog has been placed in the children's 
section, and a reference section is located nearby. 
Another aid to efficiency is our new library aide Nancy 
McQuade, who was added to the library staff in July. 

Information not found in books was also presented by 
enjoyable programs during the year for both children and 
adults. For children, the library provided a Summer Read- 
ing Program with prizes, in which 171 books were read by 
20 children; weekly story hours were staffed by volunteers 
who read stories and made crafts for a total of 177 children 
over an eight week period; volunteers for the story hours 
were Cher Riley, Isabella Clark, Leslie Jorgenson and 
Lorraine Donovan. Finally, weekly movies were shown to 
a total of 187 children by volunteers Ann Lessard and Ruth 
Loring. 

Other special programs for the children: a musical 
program by Colburn and Stuart, an art program by Jane 
Podsen, a talk illustrated with live animals from the 
Squam Lakes Science Center, a trip to a rehearsal of the 
New Hampshire Music Festival, and to finish our summer 
activities, a puppet show by Collette's Puppets. All 
programs were free and very well attended. 

Adults were not forgotten in the area programs. Phil 
Decelle began our summer schedule with a talk and slides 
on the Wentworth Era; Niels Nielsen told how he tried to 
make the Old Man of the Mountains last longer; and Jere 
Daniell presented interesting talks on small town images 
and New Hampshire before the Revolution. In the fall, a 
five-part reading and discussion program titled "Not for 
Children Only" took place. Attendance was very good and 
the speakers from various colleges in N.H. were very in- 
teresting. 

Cooperation with Ossipee Central School continued 



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with several groups visiting the library each week and 
signing out books. Also, small kindergarten groups came 
to the library for story hours last spring. 

A newly organized group, Friends of the Ossipee 
Public Library, has begun and has already helped the 
library by holding a book sale, preparing refreshments for 
programs and decorating the library for Christmas. 

In June, Ossipee Public Library trustees applied for a 
Library Services and Construction Grant which will con- 
struct a second exit, a ramp for handicapped access and 
renovate the downstairs for possible use. The grant was 
approved and will soon be started. 

The librarian wishes to thank the following volunteers 
whose help has been so welcome and important in im- 
proving the library and in presenting our programs: Betty 
Kennard, Isabella Clark, Mary Buswell, Jean Fletcher, 
Leslie Jorgenson, Ken Perry, Cher Riley, Lois VanCor and 
Fred VanCor. Also Sylvia Witherell, Joan Bishop, Jane 
Hartnett, Sheila Brown, Betty Gunrud, Chandler McCarty, 
Tom Conaty, and Jay Wyman. 

The support and encouragement of Ossipee citizens, 
town officials and library trustees are much appreciated 
by the librarian and staff of Ossipee Public Library. 

Statistics for 1985 

Circulation: 

Adult fiction 3113 

Adult non-fiction 914 

Y books (children) 2365 

Magazines & periodicals 341 

6733 





Total : 


Interlibrary loans 


30 


New books added 


275 


Library cards issued 


217 


Total library cards issued 


665 


since 1983 





Respectfully submitted, 
RUBY PEARSON 
Librarian 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

A library room filled to capacity with adults at a book 
discussion session, children reading books and trying to 
locate a treasure hidden in historic Ossipee, a shortage of 
space for newly catalogued books, a puppeteer delighting 
both children and adults, a constantly increasing number 
of borrowers - all were part of an exciting 1985 at the 
Ossipee Public Library. 

The addition to library staff, extended hours, and a 
written library policy bring us closer to meeting state 
minimum standards for Associate Library classification. 
Utilization of library grant monies will enable us to make 
more efficient use of the entire building. Long-range plans 
for increased quality of service to borrowers are being 
formed. 

We are fortunate to have a librarian totally dedicated 
to serving library patrons, the assistance of an aide and 
many faithful volunteers, and the continuing support of 
Ossipee citizens. We anticipate a productive and 
challenging 1986! 

Respectfully submitted, 
RUTH LORING, Chairman 
EILEEN B. LEAVITT 
CATHERINE ZIEGLER 



OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY REPORT 

RECEIPTS 

Checking Account 

Balance brought forward $2,253.17 

Town of Ossipee 20,000.00 

N.H. Humanities Donation 280.00 

Book Sale 111.35 

Gift (Jean Fletcher) 100.00 

Gift (Eileen Leavitt) 29.40 

Book (repay) 6.32 



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$22,792.49 
17,322.98 



Book (repay) 12.25 

Total Deposits 
Total Expenditures 

Balance in Account $ 5,469.51 

(Note: The unexpended monies from this year's budget 
are being applied to our share of the Library Ser- 
vices and Construction Grant.) 

Fund Raising (Savings) Account 

Balance brought forward $ 500.28 

Deposits: Notepaper 22.00 

Chair 40.00 

Interest 29.74 

Balance in Account $ 592.02 



EXPENDITURES 



Salary (librarian) 

Salary (library aide) 

Substitute's pay 

F.I.C.A. 

Books & Periodicals 

Supplies 

Furniture & Equipment 

Maintenance & Repairs 

Mileage 

Postage 

Dues 

Telephone 

Fuel 

Electricity 

Water & Sewer 

Miscellaneous 



$ 8,319.96 

502.50 

64.00 

621.98 

3,174.76 

396.30 

532.89 

646.00 

170.60 

79.00 

39.00 

335.08 

1,288.41 

191.10 

187.50 

773.90 

$17,322.98 



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TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 
OSSIPEE 

OPERATION STATEMENT 

Balance brought forward (1984) $4,180.70 

RECEIPTS: 



Interest (NOW) Indian Head North 


$ 178.84 


Interest Trust Accounts 


5,640.93 




$5,819.77 




$10,000.47 


DISBURSEMENTS: 




Mowing, Raking, Gen. Maintenance 


$7,998.05 


Gas, Oil & Supplies 


94.56 


Equipt. Repair, Parts, etc. 


132.15 


Miscellaneous 


959.14 


Ossipee Meetinghouse 


81.33 




$9,265.23 




-$ 9,265.23 



BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1985 $ 735.24 



67 



SELECTMEN'S YEARLY REVIEW 

The year 1985 was memorable with the 200th birthday 
celebration of the town. Thanks and congratulations to the 
Bicentennial Committee for a job well done and the many 
activities provided throughout the year. 

As proposed last year, 1985 was the beginning of a new 
project under the program of Highway Block Grant. These 
funds were used for two projects. 

The bridge at the end of Dore Street was completely 
redone and included new culverts, new approaches and the 
purchase of land necessary to widen the road. 

The second project was the initiation of widening and 
resurfacing on Granite Road. Held over 1985 funds will be 
used to complete this project. 1986 monies will fund other 
projects throughout the town. 

In order to satisfy the State and obtain the necessary 
permits for the incinerator, test wells have been installed 
at the site. Thanks to Warren Witherell and the other com- 
mittee members who have worked hard and diligently and 
made many trips to Concord the permits have been receiv- 
ed and bids will go out in early 1986. 

The front of the Town Hall has been sided and future 
plans include siding the north side and back. 

A recreation committee was appointed for the use and 
improvement of the town owned land on Rte. 25. The town 
lost the availability of the ball field in West Ossipee and 
the committee is working on building a ball field on that 
lot. 

The Selectmen attempted a new venture this year with 
the decision to hold a Land Auction to dispose of Town 
Owned Property. Even though the Land Auction required 
a lot more time and work the results were extremely 
beneficial to the town. The auction operated by Sanders 
and Mock filled the Town Hall to capacity. The success of 
this venture combined with a 30% — 40% increase in pro- 
perty transfers reflects the rapid growth within the town. 
This rate of growth brings a need for stronger rules and 
regulations to preserve the integrity of the town. We want 
to thank the office staff for the way they handled the extra 



68 



work created by the Land Auction. The job was well done 
even though they were working in limited space. 

The Selectmen feel that the surplus funds available at 
this time from the land sale and other savings could be us- 
ed to alleviate the lack of office space at the Town Hall. We 
are proposing that a sum of money be put into Capital 
Reserve with its usage to be determined based upon the 
result of the planned study. 

1985 was highly successful and we want to thank all 
those who contributed and gave of their time and effort. 

Ralph C. Eldridge 
Chairman 



69 



REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen of Ossipee and Citizens of the Town: 

The year 1985 was a year of change both in crime and 
the services to the community. 

Crime didn't increase in severity or in numbers. 1985 
saw 176 major crimes reported, an increase of one over the 
previous year. The calls most frequently answered were 
accidents, vandalism, and a greater number of juvenile 
cases, again as past years the calls for service of a non 
emergency nature increased. 

There was one fatal motor vehicle accident, but most 
other accident calls were ones of non injury, or not too 
serious injury even though the traffic was of greater 
volume than ever before. 

The heavy traffic and growth in the area have changed 
the demands of police in the area of service calls, there are 
now more attempts to locate persons, deliver messages to 
seasonal homes without a phone, or campgrounds, assist 
the ambulance, rescue squads, and fire departments in 
emergencies, money escorts, assist disabled motorists, 
unlock cars and homes for persons misplacing their keys. 
During the hurricane Gloria scare, the police and Civil 
Defense were prepared for evacuation, emergency 
shelter, and food. 

The past year saw the police very active in the 
Bicentennial events, with the largest being the three-day 
event with the First New Hampshire Militia of 
Newmarket, N.H. encampment in Ossipee, coupled with a 
large cookout, followed by a gala fireworks display over 
Lake Ossipee. 

During the year we still were taking fingerprints of 
children so parents could have a record tor identification, 
and doing talks at school on safety. 

I am grateful for and express my heartfelt thanks to 
my officers, to the Town Officials, other deparment heads, 
and the citizens of Ossipee for their cooperation and 
assistance this past year. 

Resectfully yours, 
John E. Fogarty 
Chief of Police 



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OSSIPEE RECEATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The Ossipee Recreation Development Commitee was formed in the 
summer of 1985 and officially approved by the selectmen in September 
1985. The commitee consists of nine community residents interested in 
the Recreation Department. Some of the accomplishments of the group to 
date have been improvements to the Rotary Field, and the construction of 
picnic tables for community use at the planned recreation area. The ma- 
jor project of the group at the present time is to develop the land on Route 
25 which was acquired by the town in 1979 for recreational purposes. A 
community picnic area and a much needed ballfield have been proposed 
to be built on a portion of that land. When developed, this property will 
benefit the entire community. 

The following is a list of programs for the year 1985: 
Pee Wee Hockey Program (Coaches: Jack Fogarty, Tom Fogarty) 
4th-6th Girls Basketball Program (Coaches: Donna Sargent - Sunny 
Villa) 

4th-6th Boys Basketball Program (Coaches: Woody Vallee - N.L. 
Traders; Curly Nudd - Johnsons Gas Co.) 
7th-9th Boys Basketball (Coach: David Williams) 
Cheerleading (Coach: Karen Houghton) 
Elementary Skating K-6 
Public Skating 

7th Annual Winter Sports Banquet 
Spring Clean-up Campaign 

Minor Little League Baseball (Coaches: Daniel Fischbein - Indian Head 
Bank; Donald Rouse - Skehan Home Center) 

Major Little League Baseball (Coaches: Larry Schell, Woody Vallee - 
Earnshaw Lumber; Dennis LeGendre - Sunny Villa; David Libby - W.O. 
Randy Lyman Assoc.) 

4th-6th Girls Softball (Coach: Karen Houghton) 

Youth Baseball (13-16 yrs.) (Coaches: Woody Vallee, Harry Libby - Sun- 
ny Villa, Indian Mound IGA, Yield House Whittier, Hearth and Pine, 
DiPrizio GMC Truck Inc., Ames Department Store, Shop n Save) 
August Youth Day Camp 
4th-6th Soccer (Coach: Dennis LeGendre) 

Carroll County Recreation and Invitational Tournaments (Basketball, 
Softball, Baseball, Cheerleading, Track, Soccer) 
Open Recreation for Youth 
Record Hops/Dances 
Adult Recreation (Volley) 
Exercise Classes (Instructor: Julie Hall) 

To all volunteers, coaches, parents, sponsors, and supporters of the 
Ossipee Recreation Department, we extend our deepest appreciation. 
Our programs rely heavily on you and your efforts have greatly con- 
tributed to their success. Thank you! 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALLACE NUDD, JR. 

Director of Recreation 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

1985 was a challenging year for your Planning Board 

Subdivision plans submitted for consideration this 
year were much more complex than in previous years. 
Considerably more field work was required before a deci- 
sion could be reached. 

An equal amount of time was spent on up-dating our 
ten year old subdivision regulations which are now 
virtually obsolete. Regulations of most neighboring towns 
were secured and carefully studied for possible incorpora- 
tion in our regulations. 

In a recent newspaper article on Curt Lunt, Town 
Manager of Conway, he ends the interview with * 'Every 
issue is a legal issue". This year your Board discovered 
just how true that statement is. In spite of dedicated work, 
our progress has been snail slow. We hope to complete our 
update by early spring. 

This year, as usual, your Planning Board was well 
represented at the annual Law Clinics produced by the 
Lakes Region Planning Commission. These clinics take 
time and are hardly exciting but well worth the effort if 
they help your Board from landing our town in a disastrous 
law suit. 

FRANK CLOUGHERTY, Chairman 
BOB WADE, Vice Chairman 
NATALIE HALL, Secretary 
BRUCE BENNETT 
BOB CLARK 
MARGIE VACCA 
PAT ALTHOFF, Clerk 



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DOG WARDEN REPORT - 1985 

On May 1, 1985, I became Dog Officer for the Town of 
Ossipee. It has been a learning experience for me. 

I have found that it is not always the dogs that are the 
problem, often it is the owners that truly are at fault. It is 
very disturbing to me to see the amount of abuse some 
dogs are subject to. 

Because of my position, I feel it is my reponsibility to 
find good homes for these dogs and I do my best to see that 
this is accomplished. 

I would like to remind everyone that Ossipee has a Dog 
Ordinance which includes the following: 

"It shall be unlawful for any dog to run at large, except 
when accompanied by its owner". 
Also any dog that will be 3 months old on or before 
April 30th must be licensed. 

Since being appointed Dog Warden I have traveled 401 
miles and I have received 21 nuisance complaints. Two 
dogs were struck by vehicles on the highway. 

A total of 18 stray dogs were held seven days or longer. 
Sixteen of these dogs were either returned to their owners 
or placed in new homes. Only two were destroyed. One dog 
died accidently by hanging, and six dogs were removed 
from their owners because of mistreatment. 

I hope this will make you more aware of your respon- 
sibilities as a dog owner. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Elton Copp 
Ossipee Dog Warden 



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COMMUNITY NURSE 

Visiting Nurse Association 

of Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. 

Box 141, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 

(603) 569-2729 

ANNUAL REPORT 
1986 

In 1985 the staff of the Visiting Nurse Association of 
Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. made 1331 home visits to 123 
residents of Ossipee. 115 pre-school children received ser- 
vices through our Child Health Program while 42 school 
age children received immunizations. 45 residents attend- 
ed our Flu Immunization Clinic. 

Home Health Services are provided under the direct 
orders of each clients physician. This year 1013 nursing 
visits and 315 physical therapy visits were made, while 3 
home health aide visits were made under our contract with 
the Carroll County Health and Home Care Service. 

We are grateful for the support Ossipee residents have 
given to our Appropriation requests and our Annual Fund 
Drives, we also appreciate the volunteer services provided 
by several Ossipee residents in our Clinic Programs. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
DAVENA R. DeWOLF, R.N. 
Nurse Administrator 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS, INC. 

To the Board of Selectmen and resident of the Town of 
Ossipee, Ossipee Concerned Citizens Inc. submits its an- 
nual report for FY 1985. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens Inc. provides a variety of 
services to meet the needs of many. In 1976 the Ossipee 
Meals-on-Wheels program began providing catered meals 
to twelve Ossipee residents. In 1985 the Meals-on-Wheels 
program served a total of 19,112 home delivered meals to 
75 elderly participants residing in Ossipee, Effingham, 
Tamworth and Freedom. Included in that total are frozen 
weekend meals which are provided upon request. The 
Meals-on-Wheels program is funded through: Title XX, 
S.C.O.A., U.S.D.A., Towns, and client donations. In addi- 
tion Congregate Meals are served on Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday of each week at the Senior Center located on 
Dore Street. 3154 Congregate Meals were prepared in 1985. 

As part of our senior program, shopping, medical and 
recreational trips are provided by use of our 15 passenger 
van. 

The Visiting Nurses Association utilizes our facility 
each fall for a flue immunization clinic, and the nurse is 
present once a month following a congregate meal for 
blood pressure readings. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens also sponsors the Carroll 
County W.I.C. program, which during the past year suc- 
cessfully completed a transfer from a manual to a com- 
puterized voucher issuance system without the loss of a 
single client. WIC continues to remain at a funding level 
which enables us to provide nutritional counseling, health 
screening, and supplemental food vouchers to 750 preg- 
nant women, infants and children county-wide. WIC is 
funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. 

Community Development for the Town of Ossipee has 
become an integral part of our agency over the past few 



75 



years. As a part of this program work is progressing on the 
housing rehabilitation project on Dore Street and all units 
will be completed this fall. The feasibility grant applica- 
tion was successful and work has begun on The Downtown 
Feasibility Study. Information obtained from this study 
will be used to develop a proposal in 1986 for Community 
Development Block Grant funds to Revitalize Downtown 
Center Ossipee. Other Community Development activities 
include: working with the Ossipee Public Library in 
developing and administration of a library grant which 
was approved in November, and working with the recrea- 
tion committee in planning for the development of the pro- 
posed town recreational facility. 

Bicentennial events constituted many of our fundrais- 
ing activities in 1985. We are proud to have worked with the 
Bicentennial Committee in its efforts to provide the 
residents of Ossipee with a memory filled year of celebra- 
tion. The New England Patriots vs. Ossipee Allstars 
basketball game, the Independence Day Fair, and the 
Christmas fair completed our list of fundraising events for 
the year. 

As our agency continues to expand to meet the needs of 
the community, our Senior Center continues to shrink. A 
major goal for the coming year will be to initiate a fund- 
drive to raise money for expansion of our facility. The 
board of directors and staff of OCC take this opportunity to 
express our appreciation to you the people of the communi- 
ty for providing support which is so vital to our success. 

Respectfully submitted 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

Executive Director 



76 



OSSIPEE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Annual Report 1985 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of Ossipee: 

Almost five years have elapsed since the Town has 
assumed ownership of the Water and Sewer Departments. 
During that time many reasons caused us to seek 
improvements while maintaining domestic water de- 
mands, as well as fire protection needs and wastewater 
controls. 

We therefore are pleased to announce that through the 
five years we have been able to function without any rate 
increases and are further proposing (no) rate increases 
for 1986 budget. 

During 1986 we will be undertaking projects dealing 
with controlling corrosiveness in public water supplies. 
Also continuing improvements and control presently 
started at the Water Reservoir. 

Your Water/Sewer Department presently has one 
full-time employee (Supt.) and one part-time employee. 
The Town also has a Water and Sewer Commission which 
may review plans or proposals of changes or 
improvements, and other areas, as well as advising the 
Board of Selectmen on water and sewer concerns that may 
arise. 

Your Superintendent takes this time to THANK Town 
employees, Citizens, and Customers for their assistance 
throughout the year. Remembering that the systems of 
Water and Wastewater are yours and we are here to 
OPERATE them in your behalf. 

ROLAND C. STOCKBRIDGE 
Office of the Superintendent 



77 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 
1985 ANNUAL REPORT 

To the Selectmen and citizens of Ossipee: 

As we enter our seventh year of operation, we can look 
back and see many changes that have occurred. We see 
changes in personnel as well as changes in equipment and 
medical techniques. The Bureau of Emergency Medical 
Services in Concord is also changing. Regulations and re- 
quirements for certification are becoming stricter and 
many volunteers are finding it difficult to maintain their 
status as emergency medical providers. 

The Ossipee Rescue Squad has always maintained a 
good active roster of volunteer providers, most of whom 
are Emergency Medical Technicians. We are constantly 
upgrading our equipment and skills to allow us to provide 
the best possible emergency care to the people we serve. 

In reviewing the figures of emergency calls for 1985, 
we are pleased to announce a decrease of about 18% over 
1984 figures. In all of the categories listed below we show a 
drop over the previous year. We have, however, added a 
new category to this year's list. Because of the increased 
use of all terrain vehicles (ATV) and the serious injuries 
encountered we felt it our obligation to inform the public of 
the number of incidents that occurred. 

ATV's are growing in popularity with young people as 
well as adults. Because of their popularity and their in- 
stability, serious injuries occurred to the riders as a result 
of accidents. Our recommendation to any operator is that 
they be completely familiar with the operation of the 
machine and especially the hazards associated with them. 

The dedication of my fellow officers and squad 
members is what makes our squad work and once again I 
extend my sincerest thanks to them. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WAYNE K. ALESKA 
Captain, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



78 



REPORT OF ACTIVITIES 1985 



Medical Emergencies 


95 


Motor Vehicle Accidents 


41 


Cardiac Emergencies 


25 


All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) Accidents 


6 


Fires 


3 



Total 170 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

Treasurer's Financial Report 
1985 

Balance on hand 1/1/85 $1,239.32 

Receipts: 



Transferred from Donations Account 


$500.00 




Town Appropriations 




12,000.00 




Interest 




97.98 




Total Receipts 


512,597.98 


Expenditures: 








Building: 






$1216.57 


General Maint. 




$67.74 




Heat 




882.76 




Lights 




266.07 




Communications : 






$1720.25 


Pagers, radios, repairs 








Insurance: 






$2684.00 


Workers' compensation 




$1234.00 




Business auto and liability 




1002.00 




Malpractice 




448.00 




Gasoline 






224.23 


Medical supplies (oxygen, tub 


ing, 






masks, bandages, dressings, 


etc.) 




1534.81 


Mutual Aid dues 






100.00 


Oxygen 






267.59 


Postage 






35.40 


Transfer to Donations Ace. 






500.00 



79 



Telephone 


261.91 


Clothing allowance 


1492.63 


Training 


205.00 


Vehicle 


261.93 


Non-medical supplies (gloves, patches, 




Hurst tool supplies, etc.) 


656.89 


Total expenditures 


$11,160.94 


Balance on hand 12/31/85 


$2676.36 



Respectfully submitted, 
JACQUELINE R. WATSON 

Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1985 
DONATIONS ACCOUNT 



Balance on hand 1/1/85 




$2028.48 


Receipts: 




$2471.53 


Interest 


$84.43 




Donations 


1887.10 




Transfer from Town Acct. 


500.00 




Expenditures : 




$1101.98 


Transfer to Town Acct. 


$500.00 




Radio 


530.00 




Kitchen supplies, etc. 


71.98 




Total Receipts 




$4500.01 


Total Expenditures 




$1101.98 



Balance on hand 12/31/85 $3398.03 

Respectfully submitted, 
JACQUELINE R. WATSON 
Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



80 



REPORT OF TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST RANGERS 

Between July 1984 and June 1985, we experienced 
more forest fires throughout our state than in any year in 
the last 50. Two of the leading causes of the 1,605 fires were 
children and fires kindled without written permission of a 
Forest Fire Warden. Both causes are preventable, but only 
with your help. 

Please help our town and state forest fire officials with 
forest fire prevention. Contact your Forest Fire Warden 
for more information. 

Enforcement of a state timber harvest regulation is 
the responsibility of State Forestry officials. Our state has 
excellent timber harvest regulations; however, your 
assistance is needed. 

If you know of a logging operation and suspect a state 
timber harvest law may be violated, call your Forest Fire 
Warden. 

If you own forest land, you will become responsible 
for the timber tax payment starting April 1, 1986. This is a 
change in the Timber Tax Law that will impact all forest 
landowners. Contact your Board of Selectmen for timber 
tax forms. 

FOREST FIRE STATISTICS - 1985 
Number Fires Statewide 

Number Fires Statewide 1,605 

Acres Burned Statewide 1,580 

Cost of Suppression $246,017 

District Fires 161 

Acres 336 

Town Fires 4 

Acres 1 

E. SVEN CARLSON S. FRED LOUD 

Forest Ranger Forest Fire Warden 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1985 



BALANCE SHEET 
ASSETS 

Cash on Hand 

General Fund 

Lawyers Fund 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


$1,577.14 
1,203.41 
2,873.61 




Total Assets 
Grand Total 

LIABILITIES 

Bills Owed by Precinct 
Unexpended Balance 
Lawyers Fund 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


$1,203.41 
$2,873.61 


$5,654.16 
$5,654.16 



Total Liabilities $4,077.02 

Liabilities (Surplus) 1,577.14 



Grand Total $5,654.16 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted, available for inspection from Precinct 
Clerk. 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenues: 




From Taxes 


$37,658.00 


From Other Sources: 




State of N.H. (Rev. Shar.) 


1,351.48 


Reimb. -Forest Fires 


32.00 


Receipts Other Than 




Current Revenue 




Notes Issued During Year 


49,000.00 



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Withdrawal From Capital 
Reserve Fund 15,000.00 

Cash on Hand Beginning 
of Year 5,164.53 



Grand Total 


$108,206.01 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Hydrants 


$4,030.00 


Street Lights 


8,143.80 


Precinct Exp. 


16,086.09 


Maint. -Water 


0.00 


Snow Removal 


525.00 


Maint. -Building 


3,444.44 


1984 Bill (Dennis Hurd) 


2,700.00 


Encumbered Funds 




Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


2,464.53 


Capital Outlay 




Purchase-Truck 


63,929.00 


Equipment 


5,306.01 


Total Payments 


$106,628.87 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


1,577.14 



Grand Total $108,206.01 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 



Long Term Notes 

Outstanding 

Wolfeboro National Bank $49,000.00 

Total Long Term 

Indebtedness Dec. 31, 1985 $49,000.00 



83 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 

Dec. 31, 1984 -0- 

New Debt Created During Fiscal Year 

Long Term Notes Issued $49,000.00 



Total $49,000.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year 

Long Term Notes Paid -0- 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 

Dec. 31, 1985 $49,000.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 

Treasurer 
Feb. 7, 1986 



84 



BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Hydrants 

Street Lights 

Precinct Expenses 

Maint. Water Rights 

Snow Removal 

Maint. Building 

Capital Outlay - Equipment 

Principal of Debt 

Interest on Debt 

Capital Reserve Fund - 

to be raised by taxation 
Capital Reserve Fund - 

voted from surplus 

Total Appropriations 
or Expenditures 



Commissioner's 


Recommended 


Budget 


by Budget 


Current 


Committee 


$4,160.00 


$4,160.00 


9,000.00 


$9,000.00 


17,000.00 


17,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


700.00 


700.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


7,000.00 


7,000.00 


3,920.00 


3,920.00 



1,203.41 
1,577.14 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Estimated 

Revenue 

By 

Commissioners 



Surplus voted to Offset 

Cap. Res. Approp. 
Lawyers Fund 
State of NH (Shared Revenue) 

Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be Raised by 

Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 

Date: February 10, 1986 

Budget Committee: 
DOUGLAS MEADER 
BARRY D.ROLLINS 
WILLIAM WATSON 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL, JR. 
RALPHP.DUBE 
RALPH C.ELDRIDGE 
KEITH W. BROWNELL 
GERALD R. BERGERON 
DONNA E.SARGENT 



$1,577.14 
1,203.41 
1,350.00 

$4,130.55 
47,430.00 



1,203.41 
1,577.14 



$51,560.55 $51,560.55 



Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 



$1,577.14 
1,203.41 
1,350.00 

$4,130.55 
47,430.00 



$51,560.55 $51,560.55 



85 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1985 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash on Hand 

a) General Fund 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $64,306.29 

GRAND TOTAL $64,306.29 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Fund (conta) $64,306.29 

GRAND TOTAL $64,306.29 



SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

West Ossipee Fire Station 

Land $10,000.00 

Building 60,000.00 

$70,000.00 

Jewell Hill Station 26,000.00 

Engine #1 $70,000.00 

Engine #2 48,000.00 

Tank #1 30,000.00 

Tank #2 10,000.00 

Air System 12,000.00 

Aux. Equipment 29,000.00 

Furniture not on Vehicles 4,000.00 



Total Valuation 


$299,000.00 


RECEIPTS 




From Other Sources : 




Interest North Conway Bank 


$512.57 


Donations 


100.00 


State of N.H. 


1,222.64 


Total Receipts 


$44,862.21 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


368.00 



GRAND TOTAL $45,230.21 



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PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Heat 


$1,518.06 


Electric 


1,115.95 


Gas 


445.21 


Insurance 


3,565.00 


Telephone 


696.12 


Mutual Aid 


600.00 


Maintenance 




Building 


676.28 


Vehicle 


1,541.42 


Aux. Equipment 


4,431.53 


Services 


400.00 


Training 


132.22 


Payments to Capital Reserve 




Fund 


30,108.42 


Total Payments 


$45,230.21 


Cash on Hand End of Year 






GRAND TOTAL $45,230.21 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1985 

Long Term Notes Outstanding 

Total Long Term Indebtedness-Dec. 31, 1985 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1985 -0- 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1985 -0- 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

FREDERICK W. WATSON 

Clerk-Treasurer 
February 7, 1986 



87 



1986 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Heat 

Electric 

Gasoline 

Insurance 

Mutual Aid 

Maintenance 

Building 

Vehicles 

Aux. Equipment 

Services 
Training 
Telephone 

Article 2 - Truck & Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund - 

to be raised by taxation 



Total Appropriations 
or Expenditures 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



State of N.H. 

Amounts Raised by Issue 

of Bonds or Notes 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 

Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be raised 

by Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
and Precinct Taxes 



Commissioner's 

Budget 

Current Year 


Recommended 
By Budget 
Committee 


$1,300.00 


$1,300.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


500.00 


500.00 


8,200.00 


8,200.00 


600.00 


600.00 


300.00 


300.00 


3,200.00 


3,200.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


400.00 


400.00 


300.00 


300.00 


450.00 


450.00 


150,000.00 


$150,000.00 


30,000.00 


30,000.00 


$198,950.00 


$198,950.00 


CREDITS 




Estimated 

Revenue 

By 

Commissioners 


Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 


$1,200.00 


$1,200.00 


$60,000.00 


$60,000.00 


60,000.00 


60,000.00 


$121,200.00 


$121,200.00 


$77,750.00 


$77,750.00 



$198,950.00 $198,950.00 



Date: February 10, 1986 

Budget Committee: 
DOUGLAS MEADER 
BARRY D.ROLLINS 
WILLIAM WATSON 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL, JR. 
RALPHP.DUBE 
RALPH C.ELDRIDGE 
KEITH W. BROWNELL 
GERALD R. BERGERON 
DONNA E.SARGENT 



88 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1985 

ASSETS 

Cash on Hand $ 7,296.00 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 11,262.86 



Total Assets $18,558.86 



Grand Total $18,558.86 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $11,262.86 



Total Liabilities 11,262.86 

Liabilities (Surplus) 7,296.00 



Grand Total $18,558.86 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Land and building 

(Fire House) $44,500.00 

Furniture and Apparatus: 

Trucks and Tanks 98,000.00 

Fire Fighting Equipment 38,000 



Total Valuation 


$180,500.00 


RECEIPTS 




Current Revenues: 




From Taxes 


$44,603.00 


Revenue Sharing 


496.00 


From Other Sources: 




Insurance Balance 


1,615.00 


Interest 


54.00 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


3,592.00 


Grand Total 


$50,360.00 



89 



PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 



Insurance 


$ 3,503.00 




Electric-Station 


738.00 




Fuel Oil-Station 


1,263.00 




Telephone 


357.00 




Maintenance-Station 


1,707.00 




Clerk-Treas. Expense 


740.00 




Street Lights 


2,723.00 




Bicentennial 


240.00 




Mutual Aid 


600.00 




Firemen's Reimbursement 


4,250 




Fire Chief's Expense 


539.00 




Firemen's Expenses 


1,055.00 




Maintenance-Fire Trucks 


1,931.00 




Maintenance-Fire Equipment 


961.00 




Maintenance-Communication Equip. 975.00 




Insurance Claim 


777.00 




Payment on Notes 


9,200.00 




Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


5,092.00 




Interest Paid 


2,099.00 




Capital Outlay 


4,314.00 




Total Payments 


$43,064.00 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


i 


7,296.00 


Grand Total 


150,360.00 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1985 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Wolfeboro National Bank 

(fire truck) $12,600.00 

Indian Head Bank 

(building) 10,000.00 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $22,600.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness - 

December 31, 1985 $22,600.00 



90 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 

December 31, 1984 $31,800.00 

New Debt Created During 

Fiscal Year .00 



Total $31,800.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Paid $9,200.00 



Total $9,200.00 



Outstanding Long Term Debt - 

December 31, 1985 $22,600.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

WILLIAM A. HUNT 

Treasurer 
Date: February 19, 1986 



91 



1986 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Commissioner's 


Recommended 




Budget 


By 




Current Year 


Budget 
Committee 


Insurance 


$5,500.00 


$5,500.00 


Electricity - Fire Station 


750.00 


750.00 


Fuel Oil Fire Station 


1,600.00 


1,600.00 


Telephone 


400.00 


400.00 


Maintenance Fire Station 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


Clerk/Treasurer's Expense 


800.00 


800.00 


Street Lights 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Road Sign Maintenance 


50.00 


50.00 


Truck Gas & Oil 


800.00 


800.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


600.00 


600.00 


Firemans Reimbursement 


4,250.00 


4,250.00 


Fire Chiefs Expense 


750.00 


750.00 


Firemens Expense 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Maintenance Fire Trucks 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


Maintenance Fire Equipment 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Maintenance Communication 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Capital Outlay - Equipment 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Principal of Debt 


9,200.00 


9,200.00 


Interest on Debt 


1,852.75 


1,852.75 


Capital Reserve Fund - to be raised 






by taxation 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


Capital Reserve Fund 






voted from surplus 


7,295.72 


7,295.72 


Total Appropriations or 






Expenditures 


$53,848.47 


$53,848.47 


SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 






Estimated 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 




By 


By Budget 




Commissioners 


Committee 


Surplus Voted to Offset 






Cap. Res. Approp. 


$7,295.72 


$7,295.72 


Business Profit Tax 


650.00 


650.00 



Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be raised 

by Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



$7,945.72 $7,945.72 

$45,902.75 $45,902.75 



Date February 10, 1986 
Budget Committee: 
DOUGLAS MEADER 
BARRY D.ROLLINS 
WILLIAM WATSON 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL, JR. 



$53,848.47 $53,848.47 

RALPHP.DUBE 
RALPH C.ELDRIDGE 
KEITH W. BROWNELL 
GERALD R. BERGERON 
DONNA E.SARGENT 



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